2015 RDUSA National Sale

Results of the 2015 RDUSA National Sale

Registered Devon Lots  (Top Selling Lots)

Lot 17   Consignor: Oak Hill Farm, VA       Oak Hill YT6                              Buyer: Enrique Garcia, TX     $5600

Lot 20   Consignor: Full Moon Farm, NY     […]

2015 RDUSA National Bull Show

Results of the 2015 RDUSA National Bull Show

Yearling Bull Class

Pictured in the first photo are Vic Edwards, co-judge with Alison Heap; Jacob Owens, owner of Brookview Farm; and Roy Doan, RDUSA President.

Brookview Farm, located at Winchester, KY and owned by Jacob Owens, exhibited the 1st and 2nd place bulls in the Yearling Bull class. 1st place […]

September 30th, 2015|Association News, Business, Cattle News, Conference, Genectics, News, Show|2 Comments

2015 Red Devon National Show

Results of the 2015 Red Devon National Show (The Females)

Junior Heifer Calf Class

Pictured in the first photo is Vic Edwards, co-judge with Alison Heap; Jacob Owens, owner of Brookview Farm; Roy Doan, RDUSA President.

Brookview Farm of Winchester, KY exhibited the first place heifer with Brookview’s B4, sired by Lakota R104.  2nd place went to Oak […]

September 29th, 2015|Association News, Business, Cattle News, Conference, Genectics, News, Show, Uncategorized|2 Comments

An Added Bonus to Your 2015 Conference Experience!

A Post Conference Experience

We have a new post-conference experience for those whose travel plans will allow it.  We have just learned that on the Sunday after the National Show and Sale, Sept. 20, Vic and Alison will be traveling to Lenoir Creek Devons, owned by Charlie and Martha Trantham.  They will be going through the […]

Steak of Origin Contest, NZ

The Contest

The Steak of Origin Contest started in New Zealand over 13 years ago with a modest beginning and has grown into a very large competition.  Cattle farmers and ranchers from all over NZ enter steaks to be judged in this competition.  The steaks must be sirloin steaks from a carcass aged 3 weeks.  The […]

Here Comes the Judge(s)

All the Way from Australia
As we have previously announced, the judges for the National Devon Show at the Fall RDUSA Conference at Walker’s Century Farm at Anderson, SC are Vic Edwards and Alison Heap.  Both are highly respected cattle judges in the Devon world and both are talented breeders, Vic building the Vix Devons herd […]

SGF, Are You Kidding?

No, once again I am not kidding.  In the last issue of The Stockman Grass Farmer (for many in the sustainable livestock farming and ranching world the equivalent of Martha Stewart Living) has a RDUSA member, Hillside Pastures owned by Daniel and Linda Marquardt, featured in the Producer Profile.  It can be found on page 23 of the […]

Jeremy’s Trip, Final Stop

Final Stop, Brookview Farm
Leaving Tennessee, Jeremy headed north to the Lexington, Ky area to visit Brookview Farm at Winchester.  Brookview is owned by Jacob Owens and family and last fall hosted the RDUSA Fall Conference and Sale.  Jacob lead Jeremy on a tour of his Red Devon herd and they found many outstanding prospects for […]

A Break from Jeremy’s Trip

Answering a Question
A couple of weeks ago Guille and I received a question from a RDUSA member about polled and horned genetics.  After my feeble attempt to answer the question, Guille suggested that I post it on the blog in order to have some more informative type articles for newer members who may not have […]

April 26th, 2015|Devons, Genectics, Husbandry, Opinion, Selecting Cattle, Uncategorized|1 Comment

Good News for the New Year

Good News from CLRC
Glenn Clark of CLRC reports to us that the corrections to the combined database have been made.  They are now ready to devote full time to handling the orders of Red Devon USA members including registration, transfer, and DNA applications.  We know that this process has taken much longer than expected, but […]

January 8th, 2015|Association News, Genectics|0 Comments